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But early this year, someone posted a picture on Facebook and Paramus Catholic fired Drumgoole as dean of guidance counseling and girl’s head basketball coach. In court, the attorney for the Newark Arch Diocese was direct about why the school fired Drumgoole.“There’s no denying the fact that Miss Drumgoole has engaged in a lifestyle and a marriage that is inconsistent with the tenets of the Catholic faith,” said Christopher Westrick.We interpret the 2001 New Jersey law defining infertility in a gender and orientation neutral manner and our coverage standard complies with federal non-discrimination requirements.” “The insurance company gets to blame the state, and say, ‘Hey, we’re following all the policies, we’re following all the laws,’” said Torres.It’s a practice fertility experts say they see all too often.Sadly, like many couples Mills and her wife Gloria Torres discovered they needed fertility treatments to help Sarah conceive after clinical tests showed she suffers from ovarian cysts.Her health insurance covers fertility issues, but Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield refused to pay. “Because I did not have sexual intercourse — as mandated by the state — with a man, for two years,” Mills said.When Tipper Gore and Susan Baker founded the Parents Music Resource Center (PMRC), their campaign to put warning labels on albums sparked a debate over censorship and resulted in a dramatic Capitol Hill showdown with musicians like Frank Zappa.Ultimately, the record industry agreed to put parental advisory stickers on explicit albums, and today warning labels are commonly found on everything from music to television to video games.
“There’s no way I would ever want to be with a man. “It should be just fair, and it’s not, because they’re saying this is not the natural way of conception. Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield notes, it follows the state mandate, and “Horizon covers infertility services equally regardless of sexual orientation.
Adam Fechner from University Reproductive Associates said.
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“A lot of times, they’re still going to say we want you to have tried on your own before we will kick in with the fertility benefits.
And typically they ultimately will allow them access to the benefits, but only after a couple has spent a good amount of money out of pocket trying to conceive and is unsuccessful through other treatments,” Dr.